[Coral-List] Job Posting: USVI Coral Disease Response and Restoration Coordinator

Matthew Warham matthew.warham at dpnr.vi.gov
Thu Mar 31 17:48:36 UTC 2022

Hello Coral-listers,

The USVI Department of Planning and Natural Resources is still looking for a Coral Disease Response and Restoration Coordinator (CDRRC). The CDRRC will be the lead for Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease (SCTLD) response locally, and support response at the regional and international level. They will coordinate the already established Virgin Islands Coral Disease Advisory Committee, serve as the point of contact for regional working groups, manage local coral disease Strike Teams, and be responsible for all data management related to SCTLD spread, response, and restoration. While response is ongoing, many of these objectives are in need of a task manager or project lead in order to be truly effective.

For more information, please refer to this Scope of Work<https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MYD2Y0uVhgKQtPADdj3eQzwyHFw1zIRK/view?usp=sharing>. The closing date for applications is next Friday, April 8th, 2022 (5 PM EST). Interested applicants should send an application package (PDF preferred) composed of a cover letter, resume/CV, and contact information for three references to matthew.warham at dpnr.vi.gov<mailto:matthew.warham at dpnr.vi.gov> with the email subject line ""LastName_FirstName_CDRRCApplication".

Thank you!

Matthew Warham

Coral Reef Initiative Coordinator
Department of Planning and Natural Resources
Division of Coastal Zone Management
Ph: (340) 773-1082 ext. 2269
Matthew.warham at dpnr.vi.gov<mailto:Matthew.warham at dpnr.vi.gov>

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